Road & Bridge

County Road 1 and 24A
Please be advised: Ouray County is aware of the paint striping activity on County Road 1 and 24A. The contractor will be out next week to remedy the situation. The County will not process payment to the contractor until the striping is remedied. 

Road Maintenance Update for  June 26-29

Crews will be applying mag-chloride/lignosulfunate on County Road 22 on Monday, June 26th, followed by County Roads 2 & 4 later in the week.Crews are plowing snow on Imogene Pass. Crews will be grading around the County. Please be aware and drive with caution.
June 15 Update on High Country Roads:  June 15 Update: OPEN: Yankee Boy, Red Mountain Town, Owl Creek Pass, Brown Mountain, and Corkscrew. Due to a rock slide, Engineer Pass will remain closed in both directions until further notice. The process for beginning rock fall mitigation work is currently in progress. Updates will be posted when jeep roads are opened.
Subject to change due to weather and emergencies***
Road Work Graphic


The Ouray County Road and Bridge Department is responsible for constructing, maintaining, and snow plowing roads in Ouray County. Crews maintain over 300 miles of diverse roadways in the County, from 4WD roads in the southern end of the County to highly-traveled dirt and gravel roads on Log Hill Mesa. 

The Road and Bridge Department works closely with the Road Committee, a citizen advisory committee to the Board of County Commissioners. The Road Committee holds public meetings; members of the public are encouraged to attend. 

The Road and Bridge Superintendent presents monthly reports to the Board of County Commissioners. 
Engineer in Spring